The Department of Counseling houses the Master of Science (MS) programs in Mental Health Counseling and Counseling and Clinical Health Psychology. These programs offer a dynamic curriculum designed to prepare counselors to work in the mental health field or to pursue doctoral study in psychology and counseling.
Our students are trained to work in a variety of clinical settings with a focus on cognitive behavioral approaches, empirically based assessments and treatments, consultation, interprofessional collaboration, advocacy, individual and cultural diversity, and serving the underserved.
At PCOM, counseling graduate students focus on understanding the whole person in a manner that is consistent with the osteopathic philosophy of the university. Our faculty includes highly credentialed and respected practitioners and scholars in the specialties of counseling and clinical health psychology who mentor students and provide a collaborative learning environment.
Elizabeth Gosch, PhD, ABPP
Chair, Department of Counseling
Director of MS programs in Mental Health Counseling and Counseling and Clinical Health Psychology